England's rugby team has taken a few days off to recharge their batteries after securing their second consecutive Six Nations win. The players have returned home with a renewed sense of positivity, as winning brings smiles not only to their own faces but also to their families'. The break is vital for the players, who spent five months in camp last year. Despite their recent success, there is still work to be done. The team is united and committed, as seen by their decision to regroup together. The squad is in good spirits, with recent retirees also joining in the celebration after their victory against Wales. However, England acknowledges that their attacking efficiency needs improvement, particularly in the 22. Their last two wins have come against teams they previously defeated in previous tournaments, while they lost to Scotland, Ireland, and France. Nonetheless, the team believes they are making progress and have shown character and fighting spirit in difficult circumstances. They are focused on trusting their systems and consistently doing the right thing. Although there is room for improvement, the squad remains optimistic and ready to face Scotland in their upcoming match at Murrayfield. They understand the threat posed by Scottish fly-half Finn Russell and are determined to do their job.